Did you know that Colorado law provides associations, directors, and officers with certain rights and protections that may only be utilized if appropriate verbiage is contained in the governing documents?   Below are four examples of such rights and protections that must be contained in an association’s governing documents for an association, its directors, and/or officersGo to Resource

Turning Bad Documents into Good Ones

INTRODUCTION A community association’s governing documents – its Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Declaration of Covenants – typically fall within three categories: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Take this quick self-test to determine where your documents fall: Yes  No ☐      ☐  Our association’s covenants contain declarant or developer rights that neverGo to Resource
In addition to state law such as the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) and the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act (CRNCA), homeowner associations in Colorado are primarily governed by the association’s Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Declaration of Covenants, Plat Map, Design Guidelines, and Rules and Regulations. These documents are collectively commonly referred to asGo to Resource

Need To Amend Your Declaration But Can’t Get Enough Approvals?

Having trouble garnering sufficient owner participation from your community association? Can’t get more than 5 owners to attend a meeting, much less meet a quorum to conduct association business? This is unfortunately very common for many associations, and it can pose a major obstacle when attempting to amend an association’s declaration. As you may know,Go to Resource
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